The College of Education is committed to helping make education affordable and accessible. We have several different routes for funding your education available within the College. Take a look below to find out more!
Arizona Teachers Academy
Join the next generation of Arizona public school teachers — and do it without paying tuition or fees! The ATA currently funds student-teachers in sixteen different graduate and undergraduate programs throughout the University of Arizona and its Tucson, Southern Arizona, and Phoenix-area campuses.
Become an Arizona Teaching Fellow
Being named an Arizona Teaching Fellow is a special recognition that connects students to the school district where they student teach in a meaningful way with the intention that they will teach in that district after completing the professional preparation program. These fellowships for undergraduate and graduate students subsidize costs related to their school experience, like tuition or cost-of-living expenses.
Funding & College Affordability
Explore resources designed to help students and parents plan for college funding. This resource provides a broad scope of funding opportunities, including University of Arizona scholarships, federal aid to those who complete the FAFSA, and educator-specific aid.
Establishing scholarships is at the heart of the University's strategic plan, Never Settle. It would help to reduce the student's financial burdens, freeing up valuable time to focus on their studies and fieldwork. The richer their experiences now, the more they'll impact education in the future!